Since this question was asked many times in our invitation giveaway threads, we decided to post and article about it. One of the most common problems you may encounter with Demonoid registration process is the error message “ We are full. Sorry, since the server is too saturated, we can not accept more members at the moment. However, new spots are opened every day, so please, check back later”. This article discusses a few things you can do to get around this message if you ever encounter it while trying to register for a new Demonoid account.
As far as I know, this message can pop up when you are trying to register for a Demonoid account with an invitation code as well as when you are trying to register during an open signup period. Initially I thought Demonoid had a fixed user limit as in most other private torrent trackers. However this cannot be as the error message is not displayed universally to all users (i.e- Users in some parts of the world are able to sign up while some users continue get the error message). Perhaps Demonoid limits the number of registrations/registration attempts from a certain IP range. Either way, there are several things you can to do get around this problem:
1. If you have a dynamic IP, change your IP address and try signing up with the new IP. Usually disconnecting and reconnecting your internet connection will change your IP address.
2. Use a proxy site or an anonymization service to access Demonoid. Simply type http://www.demonoid.com in the text field where you have to enter the target web site and begin browsing. If it does not work with one site, try using another. I tested this method using www.anonymouse.org and it worked just fine. Demonoid’s FAQ does not say anything against the use of proxy sites so I guess it’s within the rules to sign up via a proxy. Below are a list of articles where you can find some good proxy sites and anomymization services:
- The 10 Best Free Web Proxies For Anonymous Surfing –FileShareFreak - Recommended
- Free Proxy List - Kortaz.com
- List of Anonymization services and software - whatismyipaddress.com
Hope this solves your Demonoid registration problems.